As CNN reported, the latest forecast from the National Weather Service clearly shows that smoke from wildfires on the West Coast is found throughout the United States.
The US National Weather Service said in a tweet: "Smoke from the western fire is spreading to the east coast and other regions." However, the US National Weather Service explained that when smoke spreads to the east of the country, the height of the smoke is about the distance. The ground is one mile high.
Currently, smoke does not pose any threat to areas outside of California. However, the wind may also push the smoke down, and may even fall to the ground, which is a health risk for those with respiratory problems.
This can be a real possibility, as the California state of the fire is currently not well controlled and may continue to burn for quite some time. Wildfires in California have burned tens of thousands of acres of land and there are few signs of slowing down.